Verdict: Solid malware analysis tool, especially good for engineers just getting started with malware analysis. We make this our Recommended tool for this month.
Verdict: Since this is SC Lab Approved, the obvious verdict is that it is a first-rate tool and merits examination if you are looking at doing in-house malware analysis (and you should be). We continue to rate this one SC Lab Approved for its heavy utility in our lab and superior ...
Verdict: We have gushed about this tool enough in the review so we’ll simply offer a verdict of Best Buy for this month.
Verdict: For a mix of threat analysis and incident response – where the core of the alert is malware-based – this one demands your attention. The Carbon Black experience is obvious.
Editorial Staff Blogs
The Rebirth of Endpoint Protection
When assessing advanced endpoint protection, analysts must often rely on comparing limited information from less-than-ideal conditions. What companies need are security efficacy comparisons...
SC Media eBook on Behavioral Analytics
Understanding how and why your employees act the way they do can reduce the potential for insider attacks and potential losses. Behavioral analytics helps identify and reduce potential...
4 Critical Elements of a Successful GRC Implementation
This paper will tackle four of the biggest challenges organizations face when trying to implement a GRC platform to help you avoid common pitfalls.
Account Application Fraud Trends 2017
Preview of the webinar on the topic "Using trusted identities to fight fraud and reduce customer friction" with speakers Julie Conroy, Research Director, Aite Group and Ken Jochims...